Frederick Nash (1782-1856) Drawn and etched
Aquatinted by W Ellis and finished by him and I Roffe
The Choir of St George’s Chapel, Windsor
To Her Royal Highness the Princess Elizabeth
London Published by F Nash, No 6 Asylum Buildings, Westminster Road July 12 1804
Frederick Nash was born in Lambeth. Initially studying architectural drawing under Thomas Malton he subsequently enrolled at the Royal Academy of Arts. From 1801 to 1809 he worked with the antiquarians John Britton and Edward Wedlake Brayley, subsequently becoming a member of the Society of Painters in Watercolours – a group of painters who had left the Royal Academy following complaints of under-recognition of their works. Latterly primarily a landscape painter he toured the rivers of Germany.
Prints from this series are in the British Museum and also in the collection of Anglesea Abbey, a National Trust property outside Cambridge, England, with a very large collection of views of Windsor Castle.
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Condition: In generally good condition, some offsetting of ink from adjacent print as visible in image, occasional spotting. Not trimmed.